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16 MHz Crystal

Crystals are commonly used to provide a stable clock source for micro-controllers. This has a stability of +-50ppm, and is slightly more than 1/8" tall.

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16 MHz Crystal

$0.89
8 MHz Crystal

Crystals are commonly used to provide a stable clock source for micro-controllers. This has a freq. tolerance of +-50ppm, temperature stability of +-50ppm, and load capacitance of 18pF. It's slightly more than 1/8" tall.

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8 MHz Crystal

$0.49
4 MHz Crystal

Crystals are commonly used to provide a stable clock source for micro-controllers. This has a freq. tolerance of +-30ppm, temperature stability of +-50ppm, and load capacitance of 20pF. It's slightly more than 1/8" tall.

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4 MHz Crystal

$0.59
22pF Ceramic Disc Capacitor, 50V

This size and type of capacitor is commonly used with <a href="http://store.curiousinventor.com/store/category/11">crystals</a> to provide a clock for PICs or other micro-controllers. 20% accuracy.

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Electrolytic Capacitor 47uF, 50V

Aluminum electrolytic capacitor with radial leads. +-20% accuracy. Lead-free (RoHS).

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Electrolytic Capacitor 100uF, 25V

Aluminum electrolytic capacitor with radial leads. +-20% accuracy. Lead-free (RoHS)

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24 MHz Crystal

Crystals are commonly used to provide a stable clock source for micro-controllers. This has a freq. tolerance of +-30ppm, temperature stability of +-50ppm, and load capacitance of 20pF. It's slightly more than 1/8" tall.

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24 MHz Crystal

$0.58

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48 MHz Crystal

Crystals are commonly used to provide a stable clock source for micro-controllers. This has a freq. tolerance of +-50ppm, temperature stability of +-50ppm, and load capacitance of 18pF. It's slightly more than 1/8" tall.

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48 MHz Crystal

$0.49
Test Point

This small loop provides an easy-to-clip on test point to attach probes. You can even wedge standard multimeter pole-type probes in this.

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Test Point

$0.49

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Barrel Power Connector

This is the male connector most commonly used with Wall Wart power supplies. The male pin is positive, 2.1mm ID, 5.5mm OD,

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Barrel Power Connector

$0.99

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2 Pos. Screw Terminal

This terminal accepts wire 12-24 AWG, has a pitch of .197" (5mm), and has slots so you can connect neighboring terminals together.

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2 Pos. Screw Terminal

$1.49
Adjustable Voltage Regulator: LM317T 1.2V-37V

With sufficient heat sinking, this device will supply up to 1.5A. Just pick two resistors to set the final output voltage.

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